Democracy Now! Monday, December 1, 2003
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U.S. Kills 54 Iraqis In Bloodiest Battle Since April
November: Deadliest Month For Coalition Forces So Far
N. Irish Peace Accord In Jeopardy With Elevation of Ian Paisley
Report: U.S. To Release 140 From Guantanamo
Patriot Act Author Concerned Over Jose Padilla Detention
Annan: Israel Wall Threatens Peace
World AIDS Day: Mandela Calls For More Help to Fight Disease; UN Plan to Provide AIDS Drugs to 3 Million
On World AIDS Day we hear a speech by former South African President Nelson Mandela speaking at an event in Cape Town, South Africa this weekend.
U.S. Kills 54 Iraqis in Occupation's Bloodiest Weekend; Non-U.S. Coalition Forces Suffer 14 Deaths
We go to Spain as the bodies of seven Spanish intelligence agents killed in Iraq return home and we take a look at the reaction in Japan after two Japanese diplomats are killed.
"The White House Press Corps Has Turned Into a Full Time Press Agency For The President" – Harpers' Rick MacArthur on Bush's Secretive Thanksgiving Trip to Iraq
We speak with Harpers magazine publisher Rick MacArthur about what is being described as one of the most secretive presidential trips in American history.
The Strange Case of James Yousef Yee: From Army Muslim Chaplain to Suspected Spy to A Free Man Facing Porn Charges. Is Yee the New Wen Ho Lee?
Army Captain James Yousef Yee was released last week from a military jail where he had been held for 76 days, mostly in solitary confinement. Although he was treated as a top spy suspect, the military has now charged with a handful of minor infractions including downloading porn and adultery. Critics say Yee has been the victim of hysteria similar to that of Wen Ho Lee, the Chinese American nuclear scientist who was once accused of spying for the Chinese.